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Coffee with the local Provincial Candidates

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May 25, 2018 · 5:24 pm

Newbold Ravine Trail Upgrades

The City of Toronto wanted to update us on some planned upgrades. See their message below and you can also download the official notice, which is available as images at the end of this post.

 

From the City of Toronto:

The school year may be coming to an end, but we wanted to let local schools know that the connection from Newbold Avenue to Beaton Avenue will be undergoing trail improvements this summer.  Proposed construction (see sketch below) includes removal of existing timber steps and installation of new elevated boardwalk, gently sloping trail, and retaining wall.  These works are scheduled to start in June and expected to be completed by mid-August.

Newbold Ravine – plan viewNewbold Ravine – plan view

Working together with TRCA and RNFP, our objective is to provide improved public access along the trail, while protecting the ravine’s trees and natural environment.

Construction Notices (see attached) are being posted and circulated to the adjacent residents.  Please see the project website (see Upcoming Projects tab) for additional information, or feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Newbold Ravine Trail Upgrades page 1
Newbold Ravine Trail Upgrades page 1

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A New Mental Health Education Workshop Series for Parents and Caregivers at CTYS

Central Toronto Youth Services (CTYS) will be offering a new workshop series for parents and caregivers of young people struggling with mental health, addictions, and/or behavioural challenges. It’s called “What’s your family’s ‘normal’?: A Mental Health Education Workshop Series for Parents and Caregivers”.
The workshops will be taking place on Wednesday, June 14th and Wednesday, June 21st from 7-9pm at CTYS (65 Wellesley St East, Suite 300, at Church). They are open to any parents/caregivers supporting youth.
Below are the workshop objectives to give you a better sense of what they’re all about:

  • Understand what factors influence mental wellness and mental unwellness
  • Understand how to help your youth navigate the mental health system
  • Learn skills for building healthy relationships with your youth
  • Learn skills for communicating across challenging emotional experiences

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